Claude Monet was a prolific artist who, together with a group of contemporaries, established the genre of impressionism. Instead of depicting a scene in realism, they focused on their impression of a place in quick brush strokes and a dreamy palette.
This canvas is titled "Japanese Footbridge" and is dated 1899 and is one of several studies Monet made of his Japanese footbridge he constructed in his own water lily pool at Giverny. It now hangs in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Optional Kit includes, in addition to the canvas, your choice of threads for the Half-Cross Stitch, needles and needle threader. Additional threads can be purchased for the Continental or Basketweave Stitch.